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    Anything military from Roman times to the present day. Vintage and classic vehicles of all types.

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  1. I'm sure that someone will know the paint that you need and where to buy it. Difficult to compare colours on a screen but you could look at BS and Federal Standard colours etc. https://www.e-paint.co.uk/Colour_alternatives.asp
  2. A number of them here:- http://www.milweb.net/classifieds.php?type=14
  3. You may have more luck with a Facebook group, just search "WW2 uniforms for sale" in "search groups".
  4. The REME museum? http://www.rememuseum.org.uk/research/
  5. A couple of sites that may help:- http://www.vhgmc.co.uk/survivors/ransomes-mg-register/ https://forum.keypublishing.com/forum/historic-aviation/14700-help-needed-on-raf-mg-2-cultivator
  6. I get the impression that previous posters aren't particularly keen on the new Defender. Did Series III owners feel the same about the 90 and 110 back in the 80s?
  7. The genuine one or one of the 349 replicas? https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/classic/the-morris-minor-thats-one-in-a-million/
  8. I hadn't seen the data plate and don't know if the military registration is original or made up.
  9. Is this a genuine bomb disposal Morris Traveller? https://mathewsons.co.uk/auctions/auction-dates/vehicles/11746-new-entry-1970-morris-traveller Mathewsons Auctions 21st September Pickering Road, Thornton Le-Dale, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LH
  10. 1979 Can-am Bombardier:- https://mathewsons.co.uk/auctions/auction-dates/vehicles/11303-new-entry-1979-can-am-bombardier Mathewsons Auctions 21st September Pickering Road, Thornton Le-Dale, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LH
  11. BF registrations were originally issued in Dorset up to 1904 and then not issued again until 1960 in Staffordshire. The reason that the BF was not issued after 1904 in Dorset, was because the locals said that the BF was short for "bloody fool" and as at the time only the wealthy could afford cars they weren't happy and had the BF withdrawn. As I can't find the article about the registration, I don't know if the BF registered cars were re-registered. BF is now issued as an age related registration to vehicles of the period that have lost their original number or been imported.
  12. Paul, are you prepared to sell the panels individually because I think that one panel cut up would cover the walls of my man cave perfectly? 😁
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